King'S College Summer Accommodation
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... we reached the Blue Lagoon, the rain had set in as well. The lagoon is a natural sea water thermal pool (so, obviously, is outdoors) and I refused to let the weather conquer us. The wind was so strong, we could barely open the door leading from the indoor pool to the outside lagoon and it was causing choppy waves in the sheltered bay area. The water was, apparently, much cooler than normal but was still lovely and warm ...
... I took a photograph of one market tent that was selling Middle
East clothing. I did not think twice about taking a photograph of the vendor’s
merchandise with her standing in front of it. As soon as I snapped the shutter
she and her male business partner (husband?) asked me if I had taken a photo
with her in it?. She said that it was contrary to her religion to be
photographed. With the two looking at the screen of my camera I scrolled
through the photographs ...
... uni did not help me in the slightest so I was pretty nervous. Anyway I just found instruments and thought of some activities to last an hour focusing on high and low sounds. Thankfully it was only year 1! A darling British girl at the end of the day said "I had a jolly good day miss". Since then I've been called back there 5 times :). So I kept doing supply teaching for a while, my agency constantly try to put me in full time jobs. One job I checked out was another year ...
... the store - Gucci, Chanel, Coach, Burberry, you name it, it was there. Of course the prices were also there. As fast as my excitement rose, it was immediately knocked down by the prices and the huge crowds of people. I then decided that the next time I return to Harrods will be when Im rich and can have the entire store to myself ;)
Next stop was to Hyde park for some intense people watching - diversity really helps in making a good people watching session. I then met Pablo ...
Jetlag aside we headed off on the hop on hop off bus, fantastic saw all the touristy sight. We watched the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, amazing but so very slow! It was hot only about 22 but hot. We found a great viewing point and waited. Eventually police came from everywhere and off it went the white hats were guarding the palace they did a bit of marching and then the fuzzy hats turned up did a bit of yelling and marching with their machine guns. Then there seemed ...